I have not posted on climate change for quite awhile as I continue writing the sequel to A Truthful Myth, but it’s impossible to refrain. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change just issued its summary statement, with no details yet released, that with 95% confidence 97% of climate scientists agree that humans have caused most, … Continue reading
After speaking about global warming during 2011 at book stores, book clubs, radio shows and cable TV, along with sending the novel and a solution to the issue to key members of Congress, I am putting the subject on hold at the start of 2012 as I begin work on my sequel – an action … Continue reading
Similar to Copenhagan in 2009 and Cancun in 2010, the just concluded 2011 climate change conference in Durban ended in frustration that the largest emitters of greenhouse gases cannot agree on legally binding limits as their expanding populations and economies require additional energy resources just as new fossil fuel sources are being found and developed. … Continue reading
Appearing on Manhattan cable TV in early November 2011, you can check out my discussion by reference to YouTube: global warming hanshi’s world
One of the authors of the UN’s climate change panel’s Special Report Nov 2011 claimed its conclusions serve “as a wake-up call”. Maybe so, but it also reaffirms my message that “science is never done”. The report indicates “low confidence” in attributing any balme for hurricanes, cyclones, and tornadoes, while only “medium confidence” to the … Continue reading
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Nobel prize winner, Ivar Giaever, resigned from his prestigious physics society for their sticking by their statement regarding man-made climate change. Could it be true that the science is not settled?
The alarmists still insist on a “crisis” as witnessed by recent floods, fires and storms, but most climate scientists not yet sure. Stay tuned.
Hardly. The massive Category 1 Hurricane actually downgraded to Tropical Storm status when it came ashore on Long Island Sunday. Most damage was fallen tress and flooding inland. Few know that in 1821 a Category 4 flooded lower Manhattan and in 1938 a Category 3 hurricane striking Long Island resulted in 600 deaths.
Hit a horrid humid 103F July 22, 2011, but Phila record since records began in 1880 was 106 on August 7, 1918. But majority of climate scientists warn it’s the higher world average recently as indication of the problem we’re facing. What’s ahead?